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MEN WHO IIL REEIVE
19 VARSITY ISGI
196HAV 1WE BEEN ANNOUNCED
CAPTAIN JOHN J)IATLBETSC1 AND
DUNPNE RECEIVE THEIR
THIRD REWARD
A.LL PLAYED IN LAST TWO GAMES
Entire Group of Players to Receive
"V's" Appeared Against
Pennsy or Cornell

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CA PTAIN MAULBETSCH
DUN0'E
SMITH
WESKE
NIEMANN
REHOR
ZEIGER
MARTENS
GRACEY
RAYMOND
BOYD
SPARKS
PEACH
G WIEMAN

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Fourteen members of this year's
Varsity squad were named yesterday
by the committee in charge to be
awarded "M's" as a reward for their
work on Michigan's 1916 football team.
The selection was in the hands of the
executive committee of the Board in
Control of Athletics. This list is com-
posed of Coach Yost, Student Manager
Robbins, Captain Maulbetsch, Director
Bartelme, and Trainer Tuthill.
This is the smallest number which
has been handed out for the past sev-
eral years. The 1913 team was given
19 letters, the Raynsford men 16, and
Captain Cochran's squad of last year
had 15 men rewarded with "M" in-
signia.
All of the 14 men who received let-
ters played in either the Cornell or
Pennsylvania game as well as in the
other games on the season's schedule.
Of those to receive letters, Captain
Maulbetsch and Dunne are on the list
for their third football rewards. Dunne

in addition has collected a letter for
baseballand seems to be in good pos-
tion to receive another in the spring
unless unforseen happenings occur.
Weske, Smith. Niemann, and Rehor
each will get their second "M" when
the sweaters are presented Saturday
night in the big meeting at Wein-
berg's.
Others on the squad are receiving
their first letters, with Zeger. Mar-
tens, and Gracey receiving their only
"M" in their last year in college.
The election of a new captain for
next season has been postponed until
the latter part of the week, due to
the fact that Peach is still confined
to the University hospital. Rehor is
another member of the team who is
on the sick list, the big guard being
compelled to keep off his feet for a
few days, due to a slight case of blood
poisoning in his pedal extremeties.
Smith, Weske, and Raymond are the
leading candidates for the captaincy
of the 1917 team. The first two have
twice been given Varsity insignia,
while the right half missed the honor
rol by a narrow margin last year.
Smith has been the regular fullback
for two entire seasons except portions
of the early fall when he was on the
injured list. The big Bay City product
'was particularly unlucky in this re-
spect last year, but during the latter
part of this season Pat called for time
but once or twice. Since he has been
a part of the team, Pat has been a
man who has earned a world of respect
from other schools for his line plung-
ing, hurling, and defensive ability.
Weske sprang into prominence much
after the manner of theatrical stars-
overnight. One well remembered prac-
tice session last fall. Dick felled so
many regular backs and with such
regularity that he was found in the
game the next Saturday and has never
been in danger of losing his place
since. Weske is known by every team'
Michigan has played against as a man
who never is beaten. His last offering
this season was probably his best. On
numerous occasions last Saturday he'
smashed his way through Captain
Mathews and Berg and nailed the run-
ner for losses. On other occasions he
and Tad Wieman ran a foot race down
the field for the edification of one Bell,
the Pennsy quarter. Bell finally be-1
came enlightened and he proceeded to
signal for a fair catch rather than
have the pair of husky tackles hurl
him back with great gusto at the mo-t
ment he first fingered the leather.mt
Phil Raymond took Sharpe's place as
Maulie's running mate early in the
season. He is a punter of great pos-
sibilities, a defense back probably sec-
ond to none in the country. His work
on Michigan's defense ha been a
cause of favorable comment all sea-
son, and many a team learned to its
sorrow that attacks in Phil's direction
were extremely ill advised.
See What We Pay Telegraph Rates For
New Haven, Nov. 22.-The illness
of Captain Black of the Yale football
team is not serious it was stated here
today. He has been- suffering from a
severe cold but is expected back for
practice tomorrow. Quarterback Trav-
er Smith positively will start in the
game Saturday it was announced.
Chub Shedlon probably will be given
a few minutes against Harvard in re-
cognition of his faithfulness in train-
ing.
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Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod

Scoreless Tie Results in Close Game
While Brings Out Football of
All Description
£1rAWS ARE MINUS TWO REGULARS
After plunging, passing, punting and
a lot of wrangling the freshman laws
and the senior engineers emerged from
the darkness yesterday afternoon
scoreless. The game was one of the
hardest contested and protested of the
interclass series played this fall. In
both these respects the sides were
about equal, each playing very good
football and having something to say
on every decision.
In the first place some credit is duel
the laws, who played minus two of
their regular lineup. Considering this
fact they put up a remarkable fight.
The punting of Johnson was probably
the feature of the game, and was
probably the thing which kept the en-
gineers, who were going at full speed,
from scoring.
After an exchange of kicks, and in-
tercepted pass by Taylor, a couple of
passes to Smith who remained near
the side line unseen, and some straight
football, the engineers found that they
had worked the ball from their own
five-yard line to the 12-yard line of
the laws. An attempted field goal was
blocked but was recovered by the en-
gineers near the center of the field.
The ball rested on the laws' 25-yard
line as the half ended.
Johnson, Perry, and Phillips played
in superior form for the laws and
Smith, Walterhouse and Taylor ap-
peared favorably for the engineers.
The lineup: Fresh laws-Dunbar,
i.e.; Cashin, Rosenthal, I.t.; Hyman,
l.g.; Phillips, c.; Gray, r.g.; Weide-
man, r.t.; O'Connor, r.e.; Johnson, q.;
Northway, l.h..; Perry, r.h.; Hudson,
f.b.
Senior engineers-Winch, I.e.; Cran-
dall, I.t.; Bedford, l.g.; Hyde, c.; Pat-
terson, r.g.; Blecki, r.t.; Smith. r.e.;
Dondero, Collins, q.; Walterhouse, I.h.;
Kohr, r.h.; Taylor, f.b.
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Seven Michigan Men Will Compete
Intercollegiate Meet at
New Haven Course

CORNELL AGGREGATION FEARED
Seven men composing the Varsity
cross country team accompanied by
Coach Farrell, will leave on the Wol-
verine for New Haven this afternoon
where they will compete in the Inter-
collegiate cross country meet held
there Saturday. The team is the same
that went to Lansing last Saturday for
the state meet there and is made up
of the following men: Captain Kui-
venen, Eddie Caroll, Bachtel, Bouma,
Fox, Sedgwick, and Fuess.
The Michigan harriers will meet the
best -runners of the east when they
enter the race Saturday. Just what
the chances for a Michigan win are,
no one knows, but it is safe to say'
that the Wolverines will finish some-
where near the top. The race will
probably be a six mile jaunt, the
longest that the team has tackled this
season.
Cornell has probably the strongest
team entered in the meet and unless
dope fails wil carry off the honors.{
The Ithacans have been beating near-
ly every team they have run against
this season and boast Windnagle, the
Intercollegiate champion miler, al-
though reports say that the 1916
champ is not running up to form this
year and that the Cornellians have a
man who has been beating him in
nearly every race. Overton of Yale

Syracuse should finish early. The
Orange has a well-balanced team and
Watson is going strong this year. The
Syracuse team has defeated Michigan
and also Dartmouth and Pennsylvania.

ally keen. Windnagle, Overton, Ca
roll, and Wensch seem to be the be
bets.
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